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Book review: The Scarlet Gospels - Clive Barker

Much has been written in the press and by longtime fans of Clive Barker about The Scarlet Gospels. Not all of it has been good, either. 405 more words

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Hellraiser - 30th anniversary review

By David Dent

It’s been thirty years since the theatrical release of ‘Hellraiser’ and so this is the perfect time to bring you the first of eight successive reviews of the ‘Hellraiser’ movie franchise, a series that no-one saw coming when the first one burst on to cinema screens all those years ago. 591 more words

Monsters in Society

(Above: ‘Night of the Living Dead’, Romero A. George, 1968, The Walter Reade Organization Continental Distributing)

As a modern civilization, we like to believe that we are beyond the primordial fears that once restricted our evolution, stemming from mis-identification of natural phenomena as divine intervention, building up complex panoplies of divine beings to try and explain the world around us. 1,671 more words

Artists I Love

I’ve been working on and brainstorming some surrealist work. Patterns. colors and reflections formed together in interesting ways. I’m calling the 2 current series – Reflections of Self, and Electric Sun and I’ll begin sharing some of them starting tomorrow. 458 more words

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DVD Review: Hellraiser: Revelations (2011)

Distributor: ARC Entertainment/Dimension Home Entertainment

MPAA Rating: R

Director: Victor Garcia

Starring: Steven Brand, Nick Eversman, Tracey Fairaway, Sanny van Heteren, Jay Gillespie, Stephan Smith Collins, Fred Tatasciore… 917 more words


31 Days of Horror: 'Hellraiser' at 30

Author, artist, and playwright Clive Barker made his directorial debut on September 18, 1987. He was adapting his own novel The Hellbound Heart, which would become the seminal work of horror cinematic art known as  1,364 more words


One of the Greatest Horror Films I've Ever Seen. Candyman (1992) Review

You know you’ve been affected by a piece of art when you constantly need to revisit it and find new things in every viewing. Sometimes art stays with you because of its mystery, your continuous struggle to determine what the piece means. 758 more words